MA 242-003,6 & 7, Calculus III

Note, the main website of the course is on Moodle
This page won't be updated frequently, if it all , after second week of the course.

Instructor: Name/Office Michael Medvinsky / SAS 3262
Office Hours: right after the class, by appointment or email
Section 3, DAB 124 Section 6, PS 201 Section 7, SAS 2235
Lectures: 11:45am-12:35pm 3:00pm-4:50pm 6:00pm-7:50pm
TAs: Name/Office Reeshad A. (AC)/SAS 3201 Diego P. - SAS 3263 Andrew S./SAS 3145
Zebedee D. (BD)/SAS 3221
Recitations 1:55pm-2:45pm T H SAS 2229(A)
T H LMP 216(B)
3:00pm-3:50pm T H RD 339(C) T DAB 330
T H PS 215(D)
6:00pm-6:50pm T SAS 2235

The course

Calculus III is the last course in the Calculus I, II, III sequence. Student will learn about Vectors in the plane and in 3-space, differential calculus in several variables, differentiation and integration and their applications in several variables, vector fields, and line, surface and volume integrals, Green's and Stokes Theorems.

Course Outline

Moodle - used for announcements and to link automatically recorded lectures.

Prerequisites:

MA 241 with grade of C- or better or AP Calculus credit, or Higher Level IB credit.

Text

Franke, Griggs, and Norris, Calculus III for Engineers and Scientists, included with WebAssign.

Recitations:

Each student will be enrolled in Tuesday Recitation section. Recitation classes will provide opportunities for reviews, help on homework, team work, practice. Recitations assignments will be worth 15% of your final grade grade given that you have submited at least 70% of the assignments.

WebAssign

All students must register online with WebAssign and pay the appropriate fees. Login to WebAssign here. Due dates can be found on the WebAssign page. Do not procrastinate; start these early. Late submissions will not be accepted and no extensions will be given. WebAssign assignments will be worth 15% of your final grade given that you have submited at least 70% of the assignments. You can find more information about WebAssign on Moodle.

Handouts

Handouts I have given out in recent years: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Old Lecturer Notes Here is the handouts, worksheets and also the notes I wrote for myself when I prepared for a similar class in U of U , you are welcome to have it (be careful, it may have mistakes). Lecture Notes, Worksheets, Handouts
You may also find the spring 2020 online portion here .

Useful links: Here is also a non comprehensive collection of links that may help you to learn.

Exams:

Practice exams from previous semester: 1 (Solution), 2 (Solution), 3 (Solution), 4 (Solution) , Final (Solution) .

Grading

Provided that you attended at least 70% of the lessons\receitations and have submitted at least 70% of the asignments your grade will be determined by your scores on the tests (40%), the final exam (30%) and the assignments Recitations(15%) and WebAssign(15%).

Calculating your grade detail

ADA Statement

The Americans with Disabilities Act requires that reasonable accommodations be provided for students with physical, sensory, cognitive, systemic, learning and psychiatric disabilities. Please contact me at the beginning of the semester to discuss any such accommodations for the course.

Copyright notice

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Electronically-hosted Components: Please be advised this course is being recorded for current and potential future educational purposes. By your continued participation in this recorded course, you are providing your permission to be recorded.